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Twin Peaks Restaurant Busts Out New Location in Houston

Ultimate man cave opens third Houston location at 12830 Northwest Freeway

Houston is known to have some of the biggest sports fans in Texas and now with the addition of the area’s newest Twin Peaks Restaurant, they’ll all get to watch their favorite games while enjoying even more of the best Scenic Views in town.

The award-winning mountain lodge-style restaurant known for its ultimate man cave setting and friendly Twin Peaks Girls recently opened its third Houston area location at 12830 Northwest Freeway in north Houston.

As the ultimate sports-watching destination, Twin Peaks 290 is landscaped with more than 90 high-definition televisions and features a made-from-scratch menu with man-sized portions, a wide selection of 29-degree draft beer served from a full-service bar with 28 tap handles, and, of course, Twin Peaks’ most prized assets: the beautiful Twin Peaks Girls.

The latest installment of Houston’s favorite rugged-sports restaurant is busting with bold hunting lodge décor and boasts a lively oversized patio featuring an all-season outdoor fire pit, as well as multiple high-definition televisions.

“Guys crave a place that offers great food, cold drinks and all their favorite games,” said Ricky Rosa, COO of Avalanche Food Group of the 290 location. “Houston’s sports fans are dedicated, and now they’ve got another convenient place to watch their favorite teams and enjoy an ice cold beer. Plus, the 290 restaurant is bringing in a huge number of new Twin Peaks Girls and that level of talent is really going to make guests feel right at home as soon as they step through the door.”

Twin Peaks’ comfort food menu features generous portions of classic American favorites like slow roasted Rib Eye Pot Roast, hand-prepared Chicken Fried Steak and Grilled Meatloaf, as well as original menu choices like the hardy Cheesy Chili Mac and BBQ Pulled Pork Nachos.

And if that’s not enough, the Twin Peaks 290 Girls also pour and serve an extensive selection of 29-degree draft beers from 28-tap handles at a full-service bar, including the restaurant’s signature Dirty Blonde and Knotty Brunette brews, poured into man-sized ice-cold, frosted mugs.

“We are very excited to be opening this new Twin Peaks location in north Houston so close to the Northwest Freeway,” added Rosa. “It’s in a really convenient spot for commuters and it’s very visible, so people who haven’t had a chance to try us before will be more likely to stop in. Between the great location and our reputation for awesome service, we’re sure the 290 location will be a really big hit with fans.”

Twin Peaks 290 is open Sunday – Wednesday, 11 a.m. to midnight and Thursday – Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Store information and updates are available by visiting or by calling 832-776-3114.

More information on Twin Peaks, including locations and franchise information is available at

About Avalanche Food Group:
The Avalanche Food Group (AFG) was formed in 2009 by brothers John, Joe, and Ricky Rosa, and close family friend, Andrew Thomas, to franchise Twin Peaks in the Houston area. AFG was named the 2011 “Franchisee of the Year” by the International Franchise Association, and is the number one performing franchise group in the Twin Peaks system. The group currently owns three Twin Peaks restaurants in Houston, and will add six more locations across Southwest Texas and Indianapolis in the next five years.

  • About Twin Peaks

    Founded in 2005 in the Dallas suburb of Lewisville by successful restaurant veterans Randy DeWitt and Scott Gordon to meet the needs of an untapped market, Twin Peaks features quality food and ice cold draft beer served by friendly and attractive Twin Peaks Girls in a mountain sports lodge setting. Named a "2010 Hot Concept!" by Nation's Restaurant News and among 2011’s “Future 50” concepts by Restaurant Business magazine, the national chain has more than 25 locations throughout Arizona, Louisiana, Colorado, Georgia, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas.